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News: 

Florida: Corrections Officer Faces Bribery Charge in Florida U.S. News

Illinois: Lake County Sheriff Buncich's towing bribery case heads to jurors Chicago Tribune

Indiana: Indiana sheriff denying wrongdoing in federal bribery trial The Washington Times

New Jersey: Menendez jury selection: How scientists may help sniff out bias North Jersey.com (CAPI Mention)

Tennessee: Tennessee Sheriff Sentenced to 33 Months in Prison for Federal Corruption and Civil Rights Charges The Department of Justice

USA: Pressure on Manafort grows as feds track more income, possible money laundering McClatchy DC (CAPI Mention)

Brazil: Brazil police launch new phase of 'Car Wash' corruption probe Reuters

Romania: Romania’s judicial reform plans prompt anti-corruption backlash
Politico 


Venezuela: Venezuela ex-prosecutor says she has evidence of Maduro corruption Reuters
 

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Data Analytics, The Next Frontier

 
How are cities worldwide using data analytics to help combat corruption? In our CAPI issue brief, we recap insights shared by anti-corruption practitioners during the "Data Analytics, The Next Frontier" panel at our Global Cities II conference in June. During this panel, leaders from established oversight agencies in Rio de Janeiro and New York discussed groundbreaking strategies to utilize data in the fight against corruption. The brief takes you through the panel presentations, as well as the results of a subsequent breakout session in which delegates explored challenges they face using data and brainstormed best practices. Read our newest brief here, and make sure to check out our Data Analytic Framework for cities to fight fraud, cut costs, and promote integrity: Taking a Byte out of Corruption.
 


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